Team Smith & Wesson Shooter
Changes the Sport

As a member of Team Smith & Wesson, Trevor Baucom continues to open the shooting sports to other wounded warriors and people with disabilities.

Trevor is a medically retired Chief Warrant Officer 3 and Blackhawk Pilot who was paralyzed in a crash during a night assault mission in Afghanistan.

He’s found a new career as Smith & Wesson’s ambassador to the shooting sports, leading the way to involving wheelchair wounded and other handicapped individuals into many disciplines of competition.

Trevor is a regular competitor in the Bianchi Cup, the NRA’s Action Pistol Championship, the US Steel Nationals and Steel Challenge World shoot.  Trevor can be found in Springfield, Massachusetts in the late fall and every February for the IDPA Back Up Gun Nationals and the IDPA Indoor Nationals and Trevor is getting into 3-Gun having shot the Pro-am at Rockcastle for the last two years.

Trevor is supported by his sponsors—Smith & Wesson, Atlanta Arms and Ammo, Mossberg & Sons, Blade-tech, Apex Tactical Specialties, Bushnell, Pro-ears, and Shooting USA Television.  Trevor regularly supports Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA), a charity that takes disabled veterans on hunting trips across the country, offering adaptive equipment when needed to get wounded warriors and disabled veterans back in the woods.  HAVA also hosts family range days where wounded warriors and disabled veterans can take their families to the range for a day of fun shooting.  Trevor has also thrown his support behind Folds of Honor, a charity championed by Bushnell, that provides scholarships to the children of American service members who have been wounded or killed while serving our country.

You will find Trevor at matches across the country.  In addition, Trevor is an avid hunter, using his Mossberg rifles and shotguns to take deer and turkey near his home in Clarksville, Tennessee.